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This Just In: Invasion Info, Demonic Recipes, & Happy Dogs That Could Kick Your Ass

It’s no secret that I’m fascinated by both (as of this writing, there have been only two) World Wars. Simply because about six months or so, I learn some new insane fact about the conflicts. Nothing so far has beaten aircraft carrier submarines, though. So when I saw the Kickstarter for The Neptune Monograph Project, I leapt on it. This is the document that was used for D-Day planning and was the highest level of Top Secret (BIGOT) they had (except for Double Secret BIGOT). The end result is ba...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Books, Dogs, Kickstarter, Calendars, Wwii, Headsup, New England, Atlas Obscura, D-Day, H.P. Lovecraft, Neptune Monograph Project, Columbia Cancer Foundation, Columbia Children s Hospital Foundation


And they’re off! Bulldogs race at Arcadia’s Santa Anita Park

Elvis the English bulldog at Santa Anita Park’s inaugural Bulldog Derby in Arcadia on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019. (Photo by Nick Agro, Contributing Photographer) French bulldogs race to the finish line during Santa Anita Park’s inaugural Bulldog Derby in Arcadia on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019. (Photo by Nick Agro, Contributing Photographer) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds English bulldogs line up for the finals race during Santa Anita Park’s inaugural Bulldog Derby in Arcadia ...
Tags: Dogs, California, Pets, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Arcadia, Southern California, Brady, Costa Mesa, Cerritos, Cherie, La Crescenta, Santa Anita Park, Top Stories LADN, Photos And Videos


Activists work to stop ‘barbaric’ practice of spaying pregnant dogs at Southern California shelters

This shepherd mix, affectionately called “Mommy” by her foster mom, Lacey Tygenhof of Fullerton, feeds her 12 hungry puppies on on Sunday, January 13, 2019. (Photo by Mindy Schauer, Orange County Register/SCNG) This 11-day-old foster pup, one of 12, rests comfortably in Fullerton on Sunday, January 13, 2019. Last year, OC animal control changed its policy – dogs in the last trimester of pregnancy are no longer spayed, but are allowed to to have their pups. (Photo by Mindy Schauer, Orange Coun...
Tags: News, Dogs, Government, Animals, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Mommy, Local News, Orange County, Riverside County, Animal Shelters, Southern California, San Bernardino, Los Angeles County, Welsh


New dog mascot for Aspen hotel

If you needed a reason to visit Aspen this winter besides world-class skiing, this adorable Bernese mountain dog is it. The St. Regis Aspen has just named Kitty Jacob Astor II, a Bernese mountain dog puppy, its new official mascot. His unique name is inspired by the dog owned by St. Regis founder John Jacob Astor IV, who also had a dog named Kitty in 1904 — an example of the founder’s unique sense of humor. View this post on Instagram ...
Tags: Travel, Instagram, Colorado, Dogs, Mascots, Aspen, All, Kitty, St Regis, John Jacob Astor, St Regis Aspen, Kitty Jacob Astor, Meet Kitty


How to visit Museum of the Dog

New York City has some of the best museums, but it was lacking a very important one: a museum dedicated entirely to dogs. On February 8, however, the American Kennel Club’s Museum of the Dog is opening its doors at 101 Park Avenue, and it’s a dog lover’s dream. The museum first opened in New York in 1982 on Madison Avenue, then moved to Missouri. Now, it’s coming back home. It will be home to several hundred paintings, drawings, watercolors, prints, sculptures, bronzes, and porcelain figurin...
Tags: Travel, New York, Dogs, New York City, Missouri, Museums, All, American Kennel Club, Madison Avenue, Museum of the Dog, Animal Museums, 101 Park Avenue, Edwin Landseer Maud Earl Arthur Wardle, Alan Fausel


My dog's medical insurance is paying off big time

My dog had some pretty massive surgery. Pet insurance did what it was supposed to do. I will start with the absolute shame I feel: the first thing I said to my veterinarian, as she told me my 125 lb Great Pyrenees rescue, Nemo, likely needed double CCL (cranial cruciate ligament) surgery, was "Fuck, what will that cost me?" My first thought should have been "How the fuck will get a very sedated 125 lb dog with a sawed on knee up three flights of 23 total stairs?" because, as my veterinarian...
Tags: Post, News, Dogs, Pets, Maine, CCL, Nemo, Said, FSM, Pet Insurance, Trupanion, Zuul, Ccl Surgery, Cranial Cruciate Ligament, Luxating Patella, Charles Spaniel Zuul


What Takes Place In An Animal Communication Session

I have a story to share with you. I think you may already know parts of it – how my dog Max was diagnosed with Canine Cognitive Dysfunction in the spring of 2018 and how we’ve been following holistic, alternative and allopathic courses which help Max as this disease progresses. But the other day something occurred that scared the bejeezus out of me. Usually there are precursors to one of his episodes: panting, pacing, stress yawning, starring off into space. These harbingers tell me it’s time to...
Tags: Dogs, Pets, Max, Missoula Montana, Animal Communication Blog, Sage Lewis, Animal Communication Session, Canine Cognitive Dysfunction, Finding Support, Mentoring Session


Tissanes for Man’s/Woman’s Best Friend

My daughter rescued an older dog, Mavis, about a year ago. Jennifer was willing to adopt an older dog and said she’d be interested in a dog that was 4-6 years old. She found Mavis and fell in love. Mavis is deaf and going blind but that’s not stopping her at all. She was found in Alabama with 74 dogs who were locked up in cages and surviving in horrible conditions. We’ve all heard stories of similar abuse but meeting Mavis brought the issue home to me on a different level. A trip to the vet unc...
Tags: Tea, Dogs, Pets, Alabama, Mavis, Jennifer, Maris, Tisanes, Health & Well-Being, Mark Hillary, Herbal Solutions


Researchers have identified an area of the dog brain dedicated to processing human faces

If you want to know about the special relationship between human and canine you need only watch a dog owner slavishly feed, cuddle and clean up after her furry companion, day after day after day. But is this unique cross-species relationship also reflected at a deeper level, in the workings of the canine brain? A recent study in Learning and Behavior suggests so, finding that highly trained dogs have a dedicated neural area for processing human faces, separate from the area involved in processin...
Tags: Psychology, Dogs, Animals, Intelligence, Brain, Nature, Innovation, Evolution, Emotions, BPS Research Digest, Auburn University, Andie Thompkins


Drug-sniffing doggo OD'd at EDM cruise ship checkpoint, given Narcan, will be OK

Jake the police dog was screening passengers boarding the Norwegian Epic cruise ship for the Holy Ship! EDM festival on the ocean. Jake alerted his police officer companion that he smelled something suspicious but then became visibly sick. "(The dog) started having some problems with balance and had some type of seizure incident of some sort, was showing effects of having inhaled some substance," Tod Goodyear, a Sheriff's Office spokesman, told WFTV. "They administered the Narcan and got (the ...
Tags: Post, News, Dogs, Drugs, Police, Cruise Ships, Edm, Jake, Sheriff s Office, Opioids, Overdoses, Tod Goodyear, Police Dogs, WFLA Goodyear


Popular Dog-Walking App Wag Called Out for Vetting Process Over Alleged Animal Abuse

The so-called Uber of dog-walking apps, Wag, has found itself in the dog house after one of its walkers appeared to physically assault a dog under his care in security footage. The dog’s owners are now raising concerns over the vetting process behind the platform and others like it, Fox-affiliated KTVU reported…Read more...
Tags: Apps, Science, Dogs, Fox, WAG, Animal Abuse, KTVU


How activists waged a successful campaign to save Snowball’s unborn puppies, even though LA shelter policy still stands

Snowball’s eyes seem entirely too large for her fluffy white face. And, if you look closely at her photo on the Los Angeles Animal Services’ website, her belly seems too large for her fluffy white body as well. This damsel-in-distress was in a family way when she arrived at the South Los Angeles Animal Care and Control Center on Jan. 5 and was assigned Animal ID No. A1832899. Snowball appears to be a poodle-Bichon mix, weighing 19 pounds, including those four or so gestating pups. She is about ...
Tags: News, Dogs, La, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Animal Shelters, Snowball, Southern California, Control Center, MASSEY, Animal Services, Barnette, Barbaric, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR


Do Floppy-Eared Dogs Look Friendlier? The T.S.A. Thinks So

The T.S.A. said it favors floppy-eared dogs over pointy-eared dogs in airport jobs because floppy-eared dogs appear friendlier and less aggressive. There is a scientific explanation behind the perception.
Tags: News, Dogs, Airport Security, Transportation Security Administration


Are Floppy-Eared Dogs Actually Friendlier? Science Says Maybe

The T.S.A. said it favors floppy-eared dogs over pointy-eared dogs in airport jobs because floppy-eared dogs appear friendlier and less aggressive. There is a scientific explanation behind the perception.
Tags: News, Dogs, Airport Security, Transportation Security Administration


New Evidence Suggests Dogs Reached North America 10,000 Years Ago

The skeletal remains of three ancient dogs found buried in Illinois now represent the earliest evidence for the presence of domesticated dogs in the Americas. It’s also the oldest known intentional burial of individual canines in the global archaeological record.Read more...
Tags: Science, Dogs, North America, Illinois, Paleontology, Peopling Of Americas, Ancient Dogs, Early Archaic Dogs


At the Backflip Café...

... keep your spirits up!I know Trump is going to speak tonight, but I'll deal with it in the morning. Talk all you want here in the café. Go crazy! [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Law, Dogs, Trump, Ann Althouse


They look cute, but should we rescue Romania’s street dogs?

Well-meaning Britons are saving abused dogs from hellish public pounds and death by cannibalism. So why are they making some experts anxious?On a dank, dreary winter afternoon, I have come to a farmyard just outside the M25 in Essex to meet – among others – Karine, Anna, Tommy Lee and Eskimo Joe. Tommy Lee and Eskimo Joe are from Romania, and are dogs. Rescue animals, hoping (if dogs can hope) to be adopted. Tommy Lee is missing a front leg – most probably from a traffic accident in Brasov, Tran...
Tags: Europe, UK, Dogs, Animals, Pets, Life and style, UK News, World news, Britain, Animal Welfare, Romania, Essex, Tommy Lee, Bucharest, Eskimo Joe, Brasov


You Can Bring a Puppy on These Airlines 

If you have a new puppy and are thinking about taking a trip that involves an airplane, you might also want to start looking into pet sitters. Airlines have started banning young puppies on flights. The latest to make the change: United. As of Monday, United will no longer allow pets younger than four months old in…Read more...
Tags: Travel, Air Travel, Dogs, Pets, Airlines, Lifehacks, These Airlines, United As of Monday United


New for 2019: California bans sales of puppy mill/kitten factory animals at pet stores

While other states rang in the new year with champagne and fireworks, California celebrated 2019 by making history. On Jan. 1, we became the first state in the nation to bar pet stores from selling dogs, cats and rabbits unless they come from animal shelters or rescue groups. In California, that’s just how we roll. The Pet Rescue and Adoption Act (A.B. 485) was introduced by California assembly member Patrick O’Donnell and signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown back in 2017. The act specifies that ...
Tags: Dogs, California, Pets, Sport, Soccer, Jerry Brown, Local News, Monrovia, Petsmart, Northridge, Patrick O'Donnell, Pet Food Express, Petco Petsmart, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories SGVT, Top Stories PSN


Inubox is an automated dog toilet that aims to get some tails wagging

Inubox, an automated dog toilet, is at CES 2019. Instead of going outside to do the dirty work, Inubox is an in-home solution that recognizes your dog, cleans up the waste, and puts it in a bag. The post Inubox is an automated dog toilet that aims to get some tails wagging appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Dogs, Trends, Smart Home, CES 2019, Dog Toilet, Inubox


The Pit Bull Gets a Rebrand

Who needs a goldendoodle when you’ve got a “pibble”?
Tags: News, Dogs, Taxonomy, Pit Bull


A Bulldog's Screw Tail Might Help Us Understand a Rare Genetic Disease in People

One of the most distinctive body parts of your typical English bulldog, French bulldog, or Boston terrier—their coiled screw tail—might be caused by a specific genetic mutation, suggests recent research. And more importantly for us humans, that same genetic quirk might help scientists better understand a rare disorder…Read more...
Tags: Science, Dogs, Boston, Genetics


Trend Watch: Dogs In The Mosh Pit

We love doggos. The post Trend Watch: Dogs In The Mosh Pit appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Dogs, Funny, Trend Watch


CBD Oil for Dogs with Lymphoma – Cannabis Treats Can Help

Dogs are man’s best friend. In fact, dog owners seldom consider their pet dogs as mere pets. They consider them to be their family members. If you also have a dog at home, you will understand this statement. Whether it is dog food or dog bed or even a dog leash, you always strive to get the best for your four-legged family member. You will be surprised to know that dogs also suffer from multiple health complications just like humans. In fact, one of the most dreaded health ailments is lymph...
Tags: Dogs, Animals, Jazz, Lymphoma


California Forces Pet Stores to Sell Only Dogs and Cats From Shelters

A law that took effect on Tuesday makes California the first state to bar the sale of dogs, cats and rabbits that do not come from shelters or rescue organizations.
Tags: News, Dogs, California, Animal Abuse, Brown, State Legislatures, Rights and Welfare, Edmund G Jr, Breeding of Animals, Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council, California Forces Pet Stores


Critic’s Notebook: Are Animals Getting Better at Acting?

Naturalistic pet performers, in movies like “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” and “Widows,” are making Toto look like a hack.
Tags: Movies, News, Cats, Dogs, Animals, Heller, Marielle, Actors and Actresses, Roma (Movie, Widows (Movie, Can You Ever Forgive Me? (Movie


Unicorn costume for dogs

Available in small, medium and large, the Unicorn Costume for Dogs [Amazon] offers a comfortable, adjustable-fit design that's secured under the dog's chin, neck and chest with three rows of velcro straps. Welcome to amazing world of pink unicorns! The mane and horn headdress will turn your pet into the cutest fairy horse ever. You’ll be proud of your dog when attending dress up parties, festivals or just walking along the street. And now imagine your kid getting this funny wig for his / her bi...
Tags: Costumes, Post, News, Dogs, Unicorns, Don, Unicorn Costume for Dogs


Can we all just get along?

Dogs and cats together: The dog pets the cat and, in response, the cat stands up and hugs the dog:Did my dog just pet my cat?? And did my cat just hug my dog?? pic.twitter.com/PuNWB1Ggzw— Jordan Ireland (@jor_nicole4) December 28, 2018 [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Cats, Law, Dogs, Gestures, Hugs, Ann Althouse, Jordan Ireland


"TSA to deploy more floppy-ear dogs because they're less scary than pointy-ear dogs."

The LA Times reports. But TSA Administrator David Pekoske said... “We find the passenger acceptance of floppy-ear dogs is just better,” he said. “It presents just a little bit less of a concern. Doesn’t scare children.”Had you ever noticed the floppy-ears/pointy-ears difference in scariness? I don't know about the ears per se — clearly a German Shepherd is scarier than a Labrador Retriever. But...Come on!AND: Consider the lop-eared cat...Less scary than an up-eared cat? I think not! [Author: nor...
Tags: Cats, Airports, Law, Dogs, Tsa, Scary, LA Times, Ann Althouse, David Pekoske